Lending Marilyn Monroe dress to Kim Kardashian was 'irresponsible', collector says
The reality TV star
made waves when she appeared at the glitzy fundraiser wearing the dress
dubbed the most famous dress in the world - which was worn by Monroe during her famous 1962
performance of Happy Birthday to US president John F Kennedy.
But some of the attention turned to criticism after collector Scott
Fortner posted photos online appearing to show damage to the gown,
which has since been returned to Ripley's Believe It or Not!.
Mr Fortner said the franchise's only intention in allowing the reality star to wear
the outfit at the prestigious New York fashion event had been "publicity" and that more should have been done to protect the "cultural icon".
But he added that it was not his intention for any outrage to be directed at